Sharing our knowledge

Sightsavers’ staff around the world share their expertise on disability inclusion issues.

Three jobseekers with disabilities discuss finding work in Kenya.

At Sightsavers, we’re committed to creating a more equal world where people with disabilities can claim their human rights in all areas of life.

With expertise on everything from making early childhood education accessible to creating innovative employment programmes, our staff have a wealth of inclusion knowledge to share. Hear from our experts to learn more about our inclusion work.

Expertise from Inclusive Futures

Sightsavers leads Inclusive Futures, a global initiative bringing together more than 20 partner organisations to advance the inclusion of people with disabilities.

Isabella Giorgio

Tackling discrimination through design: lessons from an innovative workshop

Isabella Giorgio, project manager

“I’m convinced the change we are seeking to create is already under way.” Read the blog

Jennifer Williams

Inclusion in sexual and reproductive health: here’s where to start

Jennifer Williams, global advocacy advisor

“Crucially, we need to listen to the voices of people with disabilities.” Read the blog

Joy Shu'aibu

Ensuring inclusive access to health and wellbeing services

Joy Shu’aibu, programme operations director

“We want to talk about inclusion with evidence, not sentiment.” Read the blog

Grace holds a pile of folded linen and smiles at the camera.

How can collaborative alliances support disability inclusion?

Inclusive Futures partnership blog

“If people with disabilities are excluded, development programmes create an opportunity gap.” Read the blog

in Malawi, a young boy in a wheelchair smiles broadly and holds his hand up to wave at the camera.

Want guidance to make your work disability inclusive?

Email Jackie Lane: [email protected]

in Malawi, a young boy in a wheelchair smiles broadly and holds his hand up to wave at the camera.

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